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...soihadto... / Press

“For ...soihadto..., the plan is just to keep making music and to enjoy doing so. That's a wonderful attitude to have, and it puts the focus on the product rather than a record deal or a world tour.”

“Tonight’s HFS Locals Only Spotlight features a new release by an Annapolis experimental alternative rock band named …soihadto… What do they sound like, you ask? Depends on the song. Sometimes, it’s leaning very much toward punk and hardcore; other times, it’s full-on funk-rock; and yet another listen might reveal some other vein of melodic indie rock. Suffice it to say, you’re bound to run across a track that grabs your attention. The new self-titled, self-released album by …soihadto… comes out tomorrow, January 8th; you’ll be able to find it (along with their previous stuff) on iTunes. To find out more about the band, check out their website…and if you’ve got a local band you’d like us to feature on the HFS Locals Only Spotlight weeknights at 9 PM.”

“...soihadto... (that's their actual name) has created the soundtrack for an incredibly epic science fiction movie. Don't look for the movie online; it hasn't even been conceived yet. But I have confidence that it's a movie I will eventually take my grandkids to go see in the distant future. This is made of songs that start out simple and then build until it's the most rocking thing you can possibly imagine. Until you go to the next track. The drums are a fantastic foundation for epic guitar solos without being excessive. It never reaches that moment of "too much." The guitars have some pretty cool effects that are used sparingly and frequently in the background. I'm also pretty curious about the backwards voices on "Searching For The Cure" (I wonder who's dead this time?) I would call this a progressive album because of the long length of the tracks and the way that the songs can change within one of those tracks.”